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Furs jind summer zephyrs is one
of the curious-cpmbinations made
Jbis summer by'Dame Fashion.
Many of themotor coats worn over
summer .frocksbSve big, wintry tur
collars, whicbVaie very becoming
though-perhaps, not quite comfort
able on. a wannevening.
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MAY BUILDN ACTIONAL MEMORIAL
'TO INDIAN CHIEF
Beaver" River,N. Y. Although she
came to the Adjirondacks for a vaca
tion, Mrs. Minnie Moor-Wilson, the
southern' author, is devoting a great
deal of time to a patriotic cause she
undertook several years ago the
erection of a monument to Osceola,
chief of the Seminoles.
Mrs. Wilson lias interested Con
gress in her project, and last Febru
ary Congressman Frank Clark intro
duced a bill asking for an appropria
tion for the monument. '
The memorial wil be located in
Florida, home of the Seminoles, and
probably on the island in Lake Toho
pekaliga, where Osceola so- often
pitched his tepee.
Spotted materials are among the
rivals to the checks and plaids for
waistcoats and tunic edging.